Mossy Glenn Ranch: Ropes and Dreams
Ian McCain’s always been one cold, hard man, but a sexy little cook is about to melt his heart. Drake loves his job as a cook at the Mossy Glenn Ranch. He just wishes he wasn’t scared out of his mind. His ex has him convinced he’s never going to be loved again, so he vows to remain alone. Officer... show more
Ian McCain’s always been one cold, hard man, but a sexy little cook is about to melt his heart. Drake loves his job as a cook at the Mossy Glenn Ranch. He just wishes he wasn’t scared out of his mind. His ex has him convinced he’s never going to be loved again, so he vows to remain alone. Officer Ian McCain doesn’t play well with others—unless he’s got a whip or paddle in his hand and a sub at his feet. Control is all he’s had for years now, and he doesn’t think he’s capable of having a relationship. Then he pulls up at the Mossy Glenn and sees a sexy man with a cute puppy on a leash. From that moment on, Drake might as well have Ian on a leash too, or at least his heart. Ian breaks down Drake’s walls almost as fast as Drake destroys his. But their chance for a happy life together is something they’re both going to have to fight for as Drake faces his fears and Ian faces losing everything.
Publish date: October 25th 2013
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Pages no: 198
Edition language: English
Series: Mossy Glenn Ranch (#2)
That's right Drake is swearing off of men after his last failed relationship. And that lasted for about one page turn until Ian McCain's arrival at MGR in an effort to follow up on some police business with an otherwise occupied Troy (See book 1). I freely admit I'm not following the logic on th...
After reading the first fifty percent I just had to admit that I couldn't get into the author's writing style, nor did I particularly connect with the characters. I skimmed through the rest and go with a C-.
Review written for Hearts on Fire Reviews - 3.5 starsThis is book 2 of the Mossy Glenn Ranch series. While it is a continuation of the previous book, I read it as a stand-alone and had no problems keeping up, although Drake is introduced in book 1. I will admit up front that doing so had me wantin...